She Ain’t Love Me No More by Alan Lee Carpenter

Broadjam Artist: Alan Lee CarpenterSong: She Ain’t Love Me No MoreBroadjam Pro Reviewer: Elizabeth Elkins (Songwriter)Pro General Comments: Overall, this is a well-produced, well-sung and strongly-written song. This type of throwback, deep in the holle…

Alan Lee Carpenter

Broadjam Artist: Alan Lee Carpenter
Song: She Ain't Love Me No More

Broadjam Pro Reviewer:
Elizabeth Elkins (Songwriter)

Pro General Comments: Overall, this is a well-produced, well-sung and strongly-written song. This type of throwback, deep in the holler country is making a comeback (thank goodness) and there will be plenty of room for more artists as its popularity expands. This is a very simple lyric, but it's so nicely paired with the melody that I can let go of some of the cliches within. My criticism only is that the storyline and lyric could be developed further. The more unique and interesting the storyline is in this genre, the more compelling you become as an artist. Think of "White House Road" and it's very detailed images and places. That's what is missing here. I think you're on the right road though. Stick with your production team, and play this song out as much as you can. Don't be afraid to write and re-write lyrics as it progresses. For example: "Ain't no use in tellin no liesI been missin her badThis tune is telling me I oughta call herThis hearts tellin me that its sad". I think you can beat "my heart's tellin me that it's sad" with something much deeper and more personal that really blows the audience away. Those little changes are all this song needs.

Quote From Pro: Alan Lee Carpenter takes a page from the Tyler Childers' playbook and delivers a stompin', heart-achin' ode to lost love.

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